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Dragontongue & Other Stories

by G. W. Thomas

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Dragontongue & Other Stories
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Dragontongue & Other Stories by G. W. Thomas

Enter the world of the Six Cities: the frozen Taavst, City of Dogs, the elegant Stormcock, City of Birds, the mysterious Bast-il, City of Cats, the lonesome Merikh, City of Deer, the treacherous Regaul, City of Ships, and the tropical Narhu, City of Wolves. Strange folk dwell in these lands from the clever but mousy Manthorn the magician, the brave swordsman Torel the Gelt, Luantishee the Silver Princess and the mysterious four-armed wizard known only as the Rainbow Man plus many others. G. W. Thomas presents 18 tales of the fantastic, the mysterious, along with 40 plus short-shorts to get you thinking, laughing, cursing and wondering. Here is a world filled with questions, strange folk and stranger ways, and best of all, the unknown.

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Product Details
BN ID:
2940045925679
Publisher:
G. W. Thomas
G. W. Thomas
Publication date:
04/27/2014
Series:
Six Cities , #1
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
298 KB
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About the Author

About the Author

G. W. Thomas has been publishing since 1987 and has appeared in hundreds of magazines, books, ezines and podcasts. He has written non-fiction for Writer's Digest, The Writer and Black October Magazine. These days he contributes articles to Innsmouth Free Press as well as publishes the daily micro-fiction newsletter FLASHSHOT. He is also one of the editors/artists of DARK WORLDS, a modern-day Pulp magazine. He has been a champion for ebooks since 1999 and was brought to tears a few months ago when he saw his first TV ad for ebooks. It's been a long road, folks.
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